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the toilet. he spent 32 years inside the los angeles district attorney's office. >> and he prosecuted dozens of death penalty cases. >> we did, and not just prosecuted them, but convicted most of them. he's since changed his mind about giving felons the ultimate punishment and death penalty cases are too expensive and knows from personal experience, there is a lot of room for error. killing people is a huge responsibility and the criminal justice system isn't always perfect. >> it's not, unfortunately. we're dealing with human beings, so there's fallibility. >> and he's supporting prop 34 which would eliminate the death penalty in california. opponents say he's advocating letting hundreds of killers and rapists off the hook. >> these people are literally the worst of the worst. >> mcgreggor scott a former u.s. attorney and spokesman for the no on 34 campaign. he says californians shouldn't have to pay for the extra incarceration of life in prison. >> the taxpayers will be housing and providing medical care for these worst of the worst inmates. >> the critics are asking why you would pay any
died in 2010. william lajeunesse with the news live tonight in los angeles. william? >> bill, naco is a small, quiet border town until the sun goes down. for years it was the single busiest spot on the border and today it remain has major drug highway. early this morning, around 2:00 o'clock in the morning, three agents responded when a sensor or typically go off in a given area suggesting a line of illegals or smugglers were coming up a canyon. when agents arrived, gunmen opened fire, an apparent ambush. was was air lifted to tucson medical center in stable condition. another was patrolling on horseback, he was killed. 30-year-old nicholas ivy was born and raised in utah, joined the border patrol four years ago. he leaves behind a wife and two daughters. >> it's been a long day for us, but it's been longer for no one more than a wife whose husband is not coming home. >> the naco station covers about 1200 square miles, including 32 miles of arizona-mexican border. the fear is that the suspects reportedly up to four, made it across the border before this dragnet got fully underway.
and temperatures in the mid to upper 80s and midaches in portions of texas and it will be 98 out in los angeles where car magedon didn't happen over the weekend. it should be 104. >> if you love room temperature why is the studio not room temperature. >> did they generate themselves or did you type in nor. >> steve: we have a super commutor. >> gretchen: no one listened to my request. >> steve: he likes the room at 72? >> gretchen: let's jacket it up in here then. talk about governor chris christy. he went on the talk show. a lot of people have wondered where chris christy had gone as far as being on the stump. maybe he needed to be out there spice things up a bit. he did that yesterday. listen to this exchange where it seems like george stephanopilis was stunned at what governor chris christie said. >> stop lying, mr. president. governor is not talking about tax cuts for the wealthy. he the wealthiy will pay under the romney administration as today. i love those ads. president said million new manufacturing jobs. how mr. president? four trillion reduction in the debt? really? simpson-bowls . y
from los angeles a dam carolla author of the book not taco bell material. you have got a book out. is it worth humiliating the way he was last night on "60 minutes" by leslie stall. >> no. >> bill: she kicked his butt. >> he said he was set for life moneywise. i don't know what he is doing this for. it's like he is probably i mean i don't know why you want to -- look, i had a gay tryst with dr. drew 10 years ago but you didn't see me writing about it in my book because that's a secret that i keep well under wraps. >> bill: i understand why you keep that secret. but dr. drew probably is now filing papers against you even as we speak. so just so you know. i had no part of it dr. drew. i wanted leslie stall to say hey you were a bad governor, arnold, which he was. but instead it was all about the love child he was conan the barbarian and whoever the woman out there in the hat was. and he is sitting there. this big macho guy and he is just getting bang, bang, bang. and i'm thinking to myself is it really worth it for some dopey book that doesn't mean a thing? is it? >> no. listen, i l
deduction? >> the devil's in the details. the angel is in the policy, which is creating more jobs. >> mitt romney, paul ryan avoiding specifics. we will see what happened to mr. romney when asked specifics wednesday night. president obama may get tough questions about how the white house has handled the aftermath and the explanation of the libya killings. listen to senior campaign advisor david axelrod on "state of the union" with candy crowley. >> the president called it an act of terror the day after it happened but when you're the responsible party, when you're the administration, you have a responsibility to act on what you know and what the intelligence community believes. this is being thoroughly investigated. >> he's saying president obama as early as the morning after the attacks in benghazi identified the killings as an act of terror. in that rose garden speech that he's referring to, however, the president only mentions the word terror once, and it wasn't until the end of that speech. also, it comes after the president speaks in broad terms, mentioning 9/11 and the wars in iraq a
that doesdo these types of attacks. whether we have a guard yane angels and different tactics in the field. general alen saying there is only so much to do minus pulling them out of the field. >> listen to the. >> they are attacks and part of our new military strategy . we have people in the afghan police and army and the orders come from the top. >> what skills do the al-qaida bring? >> ther masters of everything. for example, miking ied something we don't know how to do but they are teaching us and master engineers and good with all weapons. when the weapons break they repair them. we can't do it without them. >> president obama said we took the guts out of al-qaida. that is it a fighter who works with al-qaida. is al-qaida diminished as president obama telling us? or are they still strong in the middle east. >> the interview goes on. general alen said they train them and that's all you need. you don't needs thousands of fighters. they are that is chilling segshows how closely al-qaida works with the and underscores implication of what is at stake there and general alen answered the ques
. that suspect now is in custody. >> california commuters experiencing deja vu in los angeles, again, shutting down part of busy interstate 405 for repairs. this stretch is expected to re-open tomorrow morning. >> listen to this story, high school football fans cheering on a bullied teenager in michigan. the 16-year-old girl taking the field as part of the homecoming court although she was originally nominated as a hoax by a bunch of bullies. people even came from neighboring towns to show their support. good for her. >>gregg: she is my hero. i love that. that is a great story. good for her. >> let's talk about the presidential debate. we are just days away from the first one on wednesday. our campaign insiders back, john leboutillier, pat caddell, and doug schoen. pat, you prepareed jimmy carter for the debate in 1980 and mondale in 1984. talk to us about the debates, the challengers have an advantage, is that true? >>guest: the vehicle for challengers, particularly they need to answer a question. in 1960, sergeant john kennedy when i explored it i assumed that kennedy had beaten nixon decisi
, minneapolis 50 degrees on the cool side as well, otherwise out west, 66 in los angeles, 78 currently in phoenix, so, very warm across parts of the desert southwest, so looking at some of the summer heat in place out there. otherwise high temperatures will be heating up across parts of the northern plains and very warm, 81 in rapid city and some of the temperatures are up to 20 degrees above what's normal for this time of the year, texas, southern parts of the texas, 82 for the high temperature and san antonio upper 80's across parts of florida and tampa, the northeast, widespread 60's as far west as portions of chicago and in the city of chicago, we are expecting a lot of heavy rain across parts of the lower mississippi valley, including the state of texas, also, louisiana and mississippi, and anywhere between one to three inches of rain, locally throw, four to five inches. of course, flooding is a concern because of the heavy rain with some of the storms that could produce severe weather in the form of damaging wind gusts and isolated tornados. we'll keep you posted here on fox news
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